The Samsung Galaxy Note 7 has already been leaked many, many times. However, this most recent leak could very well be our first look at the final design of the upcoming device. Not surprisingly, these renders also confirm several design choices of the Note 7, such as the dual-curved display.
Although the leaked images do not emphasise this, we can see that the Galaxy Note 7 will in fact have a dual-curved display, much like Samsung’s other flagship device, the Galaxy S7 edge. This unique display gives the impression that the Note 7 has a bezel-less display, although some are of the opinion that the ergonomic trade-off isn’t worth the looks.
Samsung Galaxy Note7 in (from l to r) Black Onyx, Silver Titanium, and Blue Coral pic.twitter.com/QiePUEG9GP
— Evan Blass (@evleaks) July 1, 2016
This is also our first look at the Galaxy Note 7’s new colour, Blue Coral. In comparison to previous Samsung devices, this shade of blue is definitely much more pale, which may be appealing to consumers. After all, it’s hard to tell how the device will look like in real life based on a render alone.
Aside from a new colour and the rumoured addition of an iris scanner and USB Type-C port, the Galaxy Note 7 looks a lot like its predecessor, the Galaxy Note 5. Of course, this isn’t exactly a bad thing: the Note 5 was a well-designed smartphone. As far as why the upcoming Note is called the “Note 7” instead of Note 6, it will technically be the seventh device in the series if the Note Edge was taken into consideration.
Whether or not the device pictured in these renders is the final design of the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 still remains to be seen. That being said, seeing how this leak came from none other than Evan Blass (who has proven to be credible in the past), it may just be accurate. We will find out once the Note 7 is officially unveiled on the 2nd of August 2016.
(Source: Twitter (Evan Blass))